The Staffing Strategies eBook will help nonprofits better identify leadership behaviors, mitigate potential risks, and improve their overall hiring processes.
Santa Barbara, Calif. (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Unemployment Services Trust (UST) is pleased to announce the release of Nonprofit Staffing Strategies: 3 Steps to Hiring, Separations and Staff Development. Stressing the correlation between mission advancement and effective staffing methods, the strategy guide aims to equip nonprofits with an in depth understanding of relative hiring, termination, and unemployment techniques. The eBook provides step-by-step procedures, which encourages nonprofits to revamp their current staffing strategies—paving the way for procedural consistency and reduced costs.
“I think the Staffing Strategies eBook will help nonprofits better identify leadership behaviors, mitigate potential risks, and improve their overall hiring processes,” explained Donna Groh, Executive Director of UST. “With hundreds of strategy guides already downloaded, I’m confident this eBook will provide the tools required for internal growth.”
This guide reveals how to:
- Recruit employees, both resourceful and proficient in their job requirements
- Create specific and ongoing objectives to consistently build employee capabilities
- Document disciplinary actions leading up to an employee’s departure
- Uphold proper termination etiquette
- Manage unemployment costs, claims protests, and appeal hearings
UST provides its members with an abundance of educational content. Often discussing unemployment costs, claims management methods, HR-related procedures, and relative case studies, UST’s informative materials are designed to help nonprofits save money and build resiliency.
Founded by nonprofits, for nonprofits, UST is the largest unemployment trust in the nation, providing nonprofit organizations with 10 or more employees a safe, cost-effective alternative to paying state unemployment taxes. UST has partnered with nearly 80 state and national nonprofit-based associations to teach their members about their unemployment insurance options. Visit http://www.ChooseUST.org to learn more.